Morrisey launches ‘jobs summit’

CHARLES TOWN — West Virginia needs to get serious about job creation.

That was the message West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey brought to Jefferson County Monday when he spoke to a crowd of about 30 residents in the basement of the Charles Town Library to chew over reasons for the state’s bleak economic development picture and about ways to fix it.

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